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Page 8 The Daily Herald, Wausau-Merrill, Wis. -Tuesday, Feb. 27, 1979 Fierce fighting reported in northwest Vietnam Gilbert Hintze "meritorious service, second class for the timely completion of a pontoon bridge across the Binh Giang River under heavy enemy fire" Feb. 20 near the county seat of Phuc Hoa, in Cao Bang province about 110 miles northeast of Hanoi. Hsinhua also said the first thing its troops do when entering evacuated Vietnamese villages is sweep streets, clean houses and feed livestock. The report, carried Monday by the Hong Kong Communist newspaper Wen Wei Po, seemed aimed at countering Vietnamese charges of Chinese atrocities in the invasion. China invaded with the declared aim of punishing Vietnam for border provocations. Cai, reported captured by the Chinese last week, are in the Red River Valley, -the strategic water, rail and highway corridor leading to Hanoi. In coastal Quang Ninh province at the other end of the 450-mile-long border, Vietnamese forces intercepted and killed a large number of Chinese troops over the weekend west of Mong Cai village and near the Bac Luan bridge, the broadcast said. No figures were given, but Hanoi has claimed its troops have killed more than 16,000 Chinese since Peking invaded Feb. 17. Intelligence sources consider the kill count inflated. China has not given casualty figures. But in one of its few reports on the war the official Hsinhua news agency said today that a Chinese unit was cited for By DENIS D.GRAY Associated Press Writer BANGKOK, Thailand (AP) - Vietnam reported fierce fighting today in the northwest corridor to Hanoi and said its forces wiped out 2,000 Chinese there from Friday to Monday. The official Voice of Vietnam said the fighting was concentrated in the Cam Duong area which sits astride the Red River delta corridor which runs from the frontier to the Vietnamese capital. The broadcast also said two more Chinese companies were decimated in Lang Son province northeast of Hanoi Monday and another 250 Chinese soldiers were killed or wounded in the past two days in Phong Tho district of Lai Chau province. Phong Tho is 15 miles inside Vietnam and 190 miles orthwest of Hanoi. Vietnam claimed Monday its troops were holding fast in the Cam Duong area and inflicted heavy casualties on the invaders at the other end of the frontier. Radio Hanoi said the Vietnamese withstood a Chinese armored and infantry attack from three directions Monday in the Cam Duong area, on the Red River south of the provincial capital of Lao Cai and about 150 miles northwest of Hanoi. The broadcast said the Vietnamese counter-attacked and killed 1,400 Chinese around Cam Duong, but that fighting continued in the area. Cam Duong and Lao Standby gas rationing plan ready for Congress Weather roundup ft for Widneidoy ij. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Mostly sunny skies continued over Wisconsin today after Monday's clear skies gave eclipse-n j a jr watchers a clear view of an 80 O Inl C percent solar eclipse. Monday's high temperatures were a few degrees higher than Sunday's readings. Monday's highs ranged from 41 at Lac du Flambeau to 22 at Ashland. Overnight lows were between zero at Rhinelander and 24 at Pence. Mostly .clear skies dominated Monday night weather as the temperatures dropped. Today's forecast called for partly cloudy skies with highs in low to mid-30s. Skies were to cloud up tonight with lows in the teens in the north to the low to mid-20s in the south. Cloudy skies were forecast for Wednesday with chance of snow northwest and snow or rain southeast. Highs were to be around 30 in the northwest to the mid-30s in the southeast. The extended outlook called for cloudy skies and cold temperatures through Saturday with a chance of snow Thursday and Friday and again late Saturday. Highs were to be in the midteens to upper 20s. Lows were to range from zero to 12 in the north to 10 to 23 in the south. feet in the event of an energy emergency. Schlesinger promised, "We will not come to rationing because of what is a relative shortfall in supply." But he predicted possible gasoline shortages this summer and said restrictions on service station openings could result. Even if the White House plan is approved, none of the standby measures would be put into effect until the president declared an energy emergency and, even then, either house of Congress could block implementation of the program. The supply squeeze caused by the problems in Iran has been pushing up petroleum prices on the open or spot market. As a general rule, each one dollar increase in the price of a barrel of crude oil means an extra penny on a gallon of fuel. FORECAST 0 30 uxxx Show' Slotiono'Y Occluded in mm " (From Page ) producing extra to help make up for the loss from Iran and maintaining that the extra should be paid for at the April 1 price level. Iran said that when it resumes exports, it will sell to anyone including the United States which had been importing 900,000 barrels a day from that country. If the United States decides to buy from Iran at the same level as before the revolution and if Iran gets the $20 a barrel it wants, it would cost $18 million a day or almost $6 million more daily than it used to. In Washington, meanwhile, the White House prepared to send Congress a plan for standby measures that could be put into ef- Lincoln County Circuit Court WEATHER FORECAST Rain and snow are predicted for Wednesday in the western portion of the country and in the Mississippi and Ohio Valleys. AP Laserphoto FAA temperatures at Wausau Municipal Airport, courtesy of Wausau Areo, since yesterday afternoon were: WAUSAU ft The Weather Elsewhere NATION ?LXAssocia,edPress HI LO Juneau 21 06 Albany 37 27 Kan's City 46 31 Albu que 59 31 Las Vegas 66 47 Arnarillo 60 31 Little Rock 50 33 Anchorage 28 08 Los Angeles 63 48 Asheville 36 28 Louisville 38 25 Atlanta 37 34 Memphis 44 28 Birmingham 49 29 Miami 72 50 Bismarck 26 05 Milwaukee 30 20 Boise 42 29 Mpls-St. P. 32 18 Boston 35 31 New Orleans 59 35 Brownsville 67 51 New York 38 33 Buffalo 27 25 Okla. City 55 36 CharlstnSC 48 32 Omaha 38 29 Chicago 36 18 Orlando 56 35 CincinnaU 29 16 Philad'phia 41 36 Cleveland 51 22 Phoenix 74 52 DalFt.Wth 58 41 Pittsburgh 35 27 Denver 60 37 P'tland.Me. 32 25 Des Moines 34 22 P'tland. Ore. 54 43 Detroit 36 20 Rapid City 48 30 Duluth 32 17 Richmond 44 34 Fairbanks 11 -13 St. Louis 40 21 Hartford 32 30 St P.Tampa 60 43 Helena 42 29 Salt Lake 47 30 Honolulu 82 65 San Diego 63 54 Houston 63 46 San Fran 56 48 Ind'apolis 33 15 Seattle 47 41 Jacks ville 48 33 Spokane 48 33 Washington 41 37 YESTERDAY (midnight to midnight) the high temperature was 35 degrees and the low was 3. There was no precipitation. The mean temperature was 19 degrees. Today's low was 3 degrees. At 11 a.m. the wind was out of the S at 5 mph, the barometer was 30.10 and steady. There was no precipitation. The dew point temperature was 16 degrees. A year ago today the high was 22, the low was 16, and there was .20 in. snow. Sunset tonight will be at 5:43 p.m., and sunrise tomorrow at 6: 42 a.m. Wausau calendar Obituaries Charles Toshner Charles -Toshner, 89, Birnamwood, died at 6:26 p.m. Monday at an Antigo hospital. Services will be held Thursday at 10:30 a.m. at Schmidt -Schulta Funeral Home, Birnamwood. The Rev. Donald Laux of St. Philomena Catholic Church, Birnamwood, will officiate, and burial will be in Forest Cemetery, Birnamwood. Friends may call after 4 p.m.-Wednesday and from 8 a.m. until time of services Thursday at the funeral home. Mr. Toshner was born Dec. 6, 1889, in Vienna, Austria, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Toshner. He was married Dec. 6, 1913, in Birnamwood to Christina Bastil, who died Dec. 5, 1956. Before his retirement, he was head sawyer at various lumber mills throughout the area. Survivors include two sons, Vernon, Birnamwood Route 1, and Dale, 2607 Bluebird Lane, Wausau; two grandchildren and three great - grandchildren. John Kordick Services for John Kordick, 80, 1510 Mathews St., Merrill, who died at 8:40 p.m. Sunday in a Wausau hospital, will be held Wednesday at 11 a.m. in Trinity Lutheran Church, Merrill. The Rev. Donald Schulz will officiate and burial will be in Merrill Memorial Park. Friends may call until 9 o'clock tonight at Schram - Waid Funeral Home in Merrill. Mr. Kordick was born Oct. 15, 1898, in Hewitt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Kordick. He was married Nov. 18, 1922, in the town of Hamburg, Marathon County, to Augusta Hennemann, who survives. He was employed by the R.C. Meyers Co. of Oshkosh as a foreman for many years. Survivors besides his wife include a daughter, Shirley Menebroeker, 208 S. 28th Ave., Wausau; a son, Richard, Brookfield; and two grandchildren. Lt. John MacSwain Services for Navy Lt. John P. MacSwain, 26, Virginia Beach, Va., who died Saturday of injuries received Dec. 26 in a shipboard accident, will be held Thursday at 10:30 a.m. in Taylor Funeral Home and at 11 a.m. in St. Robert Bellarmine Catholic Church, Merrill. The Rev. James Dabruzzi will officiate and burial will be in St. Francis Cemetery, Merrill. Friends may call from 2 p.m. Wednesday until the hour of services at the funeral home where a parish vigil service will be held at 9 p.m. Wednesday. A 1974 graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, Lt. MacSwain was the son of Robert and Ger-aldine MacSwain, Merrill Route 2; and the husband of the former Sandra Roble of Merrill. Four brothers and a sister also survive. Ervin Jaeger Services for Ervin A. Jaeger, 72, 7511 Feith Ave., Schofield, who died Saturday at 8 p.m. at a Wausau hospital, were held today at St. Paul's United Church of Christ, Wausau. The Rev. Jerry Paul officiated, and burial was in Restlawn Memorial Park. Helke West Chapel was in charge of arrangements. Mr. Jaeger was born Dec. 25, 1906, in the town of Wausau, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jaeger. He was married Oct. 19, 1952, in Wausau, to Minnie Habeck, who survives. He was employed at American Can Co., now Weyerhaeuser, Rothschild, .before his retirement, and was a member gf the company's Quarter Century Club. Survivors, besides his wife, include two sons, Larry, Mosinee, and Lloyd, at home; one daughter, Mrs. Marie Kickbusch, 2302 Radtke Ave., Schofield; four sisters, Mrs. Myrtle Lueschow, Fenwood, Mrs. Martella Henke, 1421 Madison St., Wausau, Mrs. Minnie Walters, 1028 S. Eighth Ave., Wausau, and Mrs. Violet Borkenhagen, Combined Locks; one brother, Harvey, 932 S. 18th Ave., Wausau; and two grandchildren. Vernon A. Sternberg CARBONDALE, 111. (AP) Vernon A. Sternberg, 63, the founding director of the Southern Illinois University Press, has died of an apparent heart attack while shoveling snow at his home. Sternberg was dead on arrival Monday at a hospital. ' University officials said he became the first director of the publication operation 23 years ago. The Wausau, Wis., native held a similar position earlier at the University of Wisconsin. Sternberg is survived by his widow, Jean, a son, Jonathan, two brothers and four sisters. Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Huffman Funeral Home here. 10th 12:30 Rev. 3 1909, son 1933, He 107 of 56, in at of Gilbert E. Hintze, 69, 608 S. St., Wausau, was dead on arrival at a Wausau hospital at a.m. today. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at Zion Lutheran Church, town of Easton. The Leonard Erdman will officiate, and burial will be in Restlawn Memorial Park, Wausau. Friends may call after p.m. Wednesday at Helke West Chapel, Wausau, and after noon Thursday at the church. Mr. Hintze was born Dec. 25, in the town of Easton, the of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hintze. He was married Nov. 18, in the town of Easton to Mamie Wiegandt, who survives. was a retired farmer. Survivors, besides his wife, include a son, Donald, Wausau Route 5; a brother, Hugo, 911 E. Union, Wausau; six grandchildren and one great -grandchild. Christina Ravencroft Christina M. Ravencroft, 96, Poplar St., Merrill, died Monday night at Holy Cross Hospital, Merrill. Services will be held in Merrill Friday at 2 p.m. in Taylor Funeral Home. The Rev. William Volm of St. John's Lutheran Church will officiate and burial will be in Merrill Memorial Park. Friends may call at the funeral home from 2 p.m. Thursday until the hour of services. The former Christina Callsen was born Dec. 26, 1882, in Eggelbeck, Germany, daughter Detloff and Lucy Callsen. She came to the United States with her parents in 1883. She was married in September 1927 to Howard Ravencroft, who preceded her in death. She had been a resident of the Merrill area since 1934. Survivors include two sisters, Mary Usadel, 107 Poplar St., Merrill, and Bertha Robillard, Waukegan, 111. Arnold Traska Services for Arnold E. Traska, 909 Forest St., Wausau, who died Saturday, will be held Wednesday at 11 a.m. at St. Paul's United Church of Christ, Wausau. The Rev. Jerry Paul will officiate, and burial will be Restlawn Memorial Park, Wausau. Friends may call now Brainard Funeral Home, Wausau. Omitted from the list survivors in Monday's obituary was his mother, Mrs. Elsie Traska, Wausau. Strange odor in city Have you noticed a strange odor in Wausau on recent mornings? Wausau Police and Mayor John L. Kannenberg have received calls complaining about the smell. Police officers on patrol have also reported a strange odor. To some persons the odor is similar to that of sewage gas. Police suspect it might be the strong odor given off by automobiles burning unleaded gasoline. "It has a terrible odor," one man said. 'Just follow a car using the unleaded gas and find out." A man, apparently mentally disturbed, stood in his shirt sleeves on a downtown street corner about 5 a.m. today yelling about the strong odor of gas and warning there would be an explosion. Chief Sylvester Gajewski said he has received a number of calls and indicated he would ask the health department to investigate. The odor is different from that coming from paper mills or cheese producers. The odor seems to be strongest in the early morning hours and lessens as the sun comes up. Schmitz talks to Optimists Lawrence Schmitz, director of adult mental health services at Marathon Health Care Center and a candidate for the Wausau School Board, addressed the Wausau Noon Optimists Monday. Schmitz discussed job-related stress and methods to deal with stress-related problems. He pointed out that stress is essential to good job performance and satisfaction but added that we must achieve a balance between various kinds of stress. He also said it is important to develop the correct attitudes in managing the things which cause stress, so that these "stressers" can be useful instead of harmful. An example would be driving home from work, which can be either a stressful situation in rush hour traffic or a relaxing interlude between home and work, he said. AA, closed, Marathon County Jail, 7:30p.m. AA, open, Calvary Baptist Church, Highway 29, Schofield, 8 p.m. AA, closed, St. John's Lutheran Church, Highway N, north of Wausau, 8 p.m. WEDNESDAY Christian Businessman's Committee, Bill's Fine Foods, 6:45 a.m. Public blood pressure screening, a service of A. Ward Ford Memorial Institute, Crossroads Mall, lobby, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. AA, closed, Alano Club, 711 McClellan St., Wausau, 10 a.m. ..: HELKE EAST CHAPEL Midtown 413 Jefferson St. MAECK, Mrs. Wilma Services Thursday, 1 :30 P.M. at Helke East Chapel. Friends may call after 3:00 P.M. Wednesday at Helke East Chapel. Our 104th Year 1874- 1978 HELKE WEST CHAPEL jfil--3!ll'. sv-.,...r N. 3rd Ave. at Spruce Street PEMPEK, Kenneth J. Services Wednesday, 1 :30 P.M. at First English Lutheran . Church. Now in state at Helke West Chapel and after 9:30 A.M. Wednesday at the Church. RONEK, Mrs. June Helen Services Wednesday, 1 :30 P.M. at Trinity Lutheran Church. Friends may call after 3:00 P.M. Tuesday at Helke West Chapel and after 1 1 :30 A.M. Wednesday at the Church. STEINBACH, Henry K Services Wednesday, 2:00 P.M. at Helke West Chapel. Now in state at Helke West Chapel. HINTZE, Gilbert Services Thursday, 2:00 P.M. at Zion Lutheran Church, Town of Easton. Friends may call after 3:00 P.M. Wednesday at Helke West Chapel and after 12:00 Noon Thursday until time of services at the church. Billon-- Ron D. Geurink, 41, Gleason, forfeited $40 for failing to display snowmobile registration numbers on the machine. Robert L. Procknow, 30, Merrill Route 4, was ordered to pay a total of $50 and costs for operating an unregistered snowmobile and permitting operation of an unregistered snowmobile. Matthew J. Leder, 21, Gleason Route 2, paid $30 and costs for operating an unregistered snowmobile. Walter P. Leuenberger, 34, Merrill Route 2, paid $30 and costs for operating an unregistered snowmobile. Fred T. Lundino, 30, Merrill Route 4, paid $30 and costs for operating a snowmobile with expired registration. If you don't receive your DAILY HERALD Call only at these times: WAUSAU Ph. 842-2106 Monday through Friday 6:30 to 7:00 p.m. Saturday 4:00 to 4:30 p.m. MERRILL Ph. 536-5561 Monday through Friday 6:00 to 6:30 p.m. Saturday 3:30 to 4:00 p.m. Aftor thoso timos call your carrior 903 East Third St. Merrill LEE, Ervin W. Services Wednesday, 11:00 A.M. at St. Francis Catholic Church. Friends may call after 4:00 P.M. Tuesday at Taylor Funeral Home. Rosary Service 8:00 P.M. Tuesday Evening at Taylor Funeral Home. MacSWAIN, Lieutenant John Patrick Services Thursday, March 1,11:00 A.M. at St. Robert's Catholic Church. Friends may call after 2:00 P.M. Wednesday until the hour of Services on Thursday at Taylor Funeral Home. Parish Vigil 9:00 P.M. Wednesday Evening at Taylor Funeral Home. .RAVENCROFT, Christina Services Friday, 2:00 P.M. at Taylor Funeral Home. Friends may call after 2:00 P.M. Thursday at Taylor Funeral Home. U 0 Richard M. Nelson, 21, 101V2 E. Third St., Merrill; Owen E. Scanlan, 68, Gleason Route 2; Ferdinand J. Robl, 60, Merrill Route 2; and Duane R. Davis, 27, Gleason Route 1; all charged with drunken driving, were ordered to pay $175 and costs and attend a group dynamics course. They appeared Monday before Judge Donald E. Schnabel in Lincoln County Circuit Court. Karen K. Pockat, 20, Tomahawk Route 2, had her driver's license revoked for 90 days for failing to attend a group dynamics course as ordered last Nov. 20 when she appeared for sentencing for drunken driving. Caroline S. Hess, 20, 16 N. Fourth St., Tomahawk, was ordered to pay $125 and costs for furnishing intoxicating liquor to a minor. James R. Schmidt, 19, 610 Blaine St., Merrill, was ordered to pay $125 and costs for furnishing beer to two minors. Peter J. Challender, 17, Merrill Route 2, was ordered to pay $125 and costs for speeding 38 mph over the limit after pleading guilty to that charge. He entered an innocent plea to a charge of driving after his license was suspended. David D. Higgins, 30, 600 Prospect St., Merrill, entered an innocent plea to a charge of driving after his license was suspended. Robert D. Hoffman, 19, Merrill Route 7, paid $80 and costs for speeding 29 mph over the limit. ADVERTISEMENT Worried About How You'll Look With a Hearing Aid? Chicago, 111. A free offer of special interest to those who hear but do not understand words has been announced by Beltone. A non-operating model of the smallest' Beltone aid of its kind will be given absolutely free to anyone requesting it. Send for this model, put it on and wear it in the privacy of your own home. While many people with a hearing loss wjll not receive any significant benefit from any hearing aid, this free model will show you how tiny hearing help can be. It is not a real hearing aid, and it's yours to keep, free. The actual aid weighs less than a third of an ounce, and it's all at ear level, in one unit. These models are free, so we suggest you write for yours now. Again, we repeat, there is no cost, and certainly no obligation. Thousands havealready been mailed, so write today to Dept. 8003, Beltone Electronics, 4201 W. Victoria St., Chicago, Illinois 60646. 3 p.m. 34 3 a.m. 08 6 p.m. 27 6 a.m. 05 9p.m. 20 9a.m. 16 12 mid. 13 11 a.m. 35 Wausau Municipal Court Charged with driving while drunk, Delbert England, 49, 617 Floral Ave., Wausau, and Charles Zelozaski, 23, Antigo, were each fined $205 by Judge Arthur L. Eberlein in Wausau Municipal Court today. Zelozaski's driver's license was also revoked for four months. Thomas Collins, Tomahawk, was fined $115 for disorderly conduct. ' Rita Winnie, 19, 904 Prospect Ave., Wausau, charged with hit and run driving, was fined $70. Linda Gehrke, 24, 738 S. First Ave., Wausau, charged with disorderly conduct with an automobile, was fined $50. Michael Fitzgerald, 26 , 901 S. Seventh Ave., Wausau, charged with hit and run driving, forfeited $100. Mitchell Stachoviak, 19, 709 Lincoln Ave., and Gerald Westberg, 48, 1909 N. Second St., both of Wausau, charged with blowing snow into the street, each forfeited $38. accident volving his car and two semi-tractor trailer units, the Waushara county sheriff's department reported. The accident happened on U.S. 51, just south of Plainfield. Sauer died later at a Stevens Point hospital. 804 E. Third Si. MERRILL TRANTOW, Mrs. Lorraine Services Wednesday, 10-.30AM. at Wistein's Funeral Home, 11 :00 A.M. at St. Robert's Catholic Church. Friends may call from 3:00 P.M. Tuesday until the lime of Services on Wednesday at Wistein's Funeral Home. Rosary Service 7:45 P.M. Tuesday Evening at Wistein's Funeral Home. TODAY Poetry reading by Angela Peckenpaugh, University of Wisconsin Marathon Center, Formal Lounge, 8 p.m. "Kriemhild's Revenge (Die Nibelungen, Part II)," German film, University of Wisconsin Marathon Center, North Hall 240,8 p.m. Overeaters Anonymous, First United Methodist Church, Fulton Street entrance, 7:30 p.m. KC Sacred Heart Council 4628, St. Mark's Catholic Church, Rothschild, 8 p.m. Molders and Foundry Workers Local 408, Labor Temple. Machinists Local 1438, Labor Temple, 7:30 p.m. Central Wisconsin River Valley Building and Construction Trades Council, Labor Tem-ple,7:30p.m. Sweet Adelines, St. Paul's United Church of Christ, 7:30p.m. Recovery, First United Methodist Church, Wausau, 7:30 p.m. Wausau Chapter, SPEBSQSA, KC Clubhouse, 7:30 p.m. Wausau Chapter 51, RAM, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. 948 Grand Ave., Schofield, Ph. 359-2828 Statewide referendum Marathon County Clerk Ray Ott today received word from the state elections board that there will be a state referendum at the spring voting. It deals with "gubernatorial succession" and has been passed by both the assembly and the senate. The specifics of the referendum were not listed. Ott said the letter was sent to alert county clerks there would be a referendum ballot. The attorney general is presently preparing the explanation for the referendum, Ott was told. Woman threatened Police are looking for a man who threatened a rural Schofield woman with a knife on Grand Avenue near Kent Street about 1 a.m. today. The man, described as being about 5 feet, 8 inches tall, weighing 150 pounds, with curly, brown hair and wearing blue jeans and a light blue down jacket, approached the woman from the rear and took hold of her arm. He had an open knife in his hand. The woman asked the man what he was going to do and he said he was going to rape her. At that the woman screamed and the man fled. The man was seen getting into a car and driving off. Two men in a car heard the screams and followed the car. They obtained a license number, but the owner of the license plate told police he wasn't near the scene. The woman viewed the man and said he was not the one who grabbed her. Man killed in road By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A fatal accident in Waushara County brought Wisconsin's 1979 traffic death toll to 68 today, compared with 78 on this date a year ago. Harry Sauer, 69, of rural Markesan, was fatally injured Monday morning in a crash in SCHRAM-WAID Funeral Home 212 Pier Street Merrill Phone 536-4646 KORDICK, John Services Wednesday, 11.00 A.M. at Trinity Lutheran Church. Visitation on Tuesday from 4:00 P.M. until 9:00 P.M. at Schram-Waid Funeral Home and at the Church on Wednesday until the hourol Services. CHARLES F. STEILEN Services Wednesday, 10:00 A.M. at Hoyden Funeral Home. Visitation from 4:00 P.M. until 9:00 P.M. tonight at Hoyden Funeral Howe. J4ayden FUNERAL HOME A Formerly Aaniien WI 1 BRAINARD FUNERAL HOME ARNOLD E. TRASKA Services Wednesday, 1 1 :00 A.M. at St. Paul's United Church of Christ. Rev. Jerry Paul officiating. Visitation from 3:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M. today at Brainard Funeral Home. 522 Adams Street Formerly Kitttr & Deutsch

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